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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CONCERT

ONE OF WORLD'S
MUSIC COLOUR-
ISTS

b Rhapsodie No. 2.........Liszt.
Miss Victoria Boshko.
5. a Reve d' Enfant.....E. Ysaye.
b Waltz in E minor..Chopin-Ysaye.
c Ballade and Polonaise
................ ......Vieuxtemps.
M. Eugene Ysaye.
Chickering piano used.
Tickets may be secured at the School
of Music. Season tickets are $3, $3.50
or $4. Single tickets for each concert,
$1, $1.50, or $2.
STUDENTS WHO WILL TEACHt
SHOULD REGISTER TODAY
Records of University Ought to Be
Supplemented By Personal Data
for Future Reference

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Garrick, Detroit -San Carlo
Grand company; matinee, "Tales
of Hoffman"; evening, "Aida."

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spoiled and foolish daughter of parents
who are too busy with society to give
her much attention, she plays with a
natural air of extravagance, a realiz-
ation of her self-conceived importance,
that will win her her well deserved
.praise.
Spicy News From
Other Universities
Nebraska students will be given
leave of absence to help with the
harvest work in the corn fields.

WHEIT BREAD WILL
REMAIN REGULAR DIET
NEW LICENSE LAW WILL ALLOW
ADMINISTRATION TO CUT
HIGH RATES
That a proclamation will be launch-
ed at Washington within a few days

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Ysaye, the great Belgian
vill appear in the second
1 concert at 8 o'clock Fri-
g in Hill auditorium.
as been called the greatest
)urist the world has ever
e is noted everywhere for
lity of technique and in the
and treatment of music he
ual. This famous violinist
debut in 1864 at Brussels
as only 6 years old. He stud-
his fatlher, Wieniawski, and
s, and has toured the world
oso since 1886 with great
he musical world gradually
to an appreciation of his

* Whitney-"A Country Boy."
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Majestic-Vaudeville,

* Orpheum- Bessie Barriscale in
* "Wooden Shoes." Also Triangle
* Comedy.
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* Wuerth- Alice Brady in "Betsy
* Ross." Also Comedy.

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concertizing, Ysaye has
y notable compositions,'
the splendid Rive d' En-'
the music lovers of Ann
have an opportunity of
the master himself. Mr.
e assisted by Miss Victoria
aist, who in addition to act-
npanist will contribute an
group of numbers.
am will be as follows:
D minor for violin
. .Geminiani
re-Largo, Allegro giusto.
bande-Lento.
vivace.
Ysaye and Miss Victoria
Boshko.
p.,47 in A major for
d piano (Kreutzer
........L. von Beethoven.
gio sostenuto-presto.
ante con variazioni. -'
le-Presto.
Ysaye and Miss Victoria
Boshko.
Sin D minor,' No. 2
...H. Wieniawski.
gro moderato.
tance: Andante non troppo.
gro moderato.
. Eugene . Ysaye.
oli:
rolle in A minor
. .... .. Rubinstein.

All University students expecting to
teach next year, should enroll with the
appointment committee of the educa-
tion department at three o'clock this
afternoon in the auditorium of Uni-
versity hall.
"It cannot be too strongly urged,"
said Prof. C. O. Davis, vice-chairman
of the appointment committee, "that
this enrollment is the only complete
record. the University possesses of the
student. The Registrar has only your
name and the number of credits you
have earned, and it is to our records
that all departments of the University
come, years after your graduation, to
find your personal statistics. If you
expect to appeal to the University for
recommendations for teaching or any
other profession in the future, be sure
that you give us the necessary inform-
ation now."
There has been an enormous demand
for teachers of science and mathema-
tics all over the United States this fall,
and teachers' employment agencies
have been able to fill only a portion
of the positions.
Contrary to expectations, the Ger-
man language seems to be holding its
own, the demand for German teach-
ers this year being almost equal to
last year.

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Rae - Marion Cooper in
SQent Lie."

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Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"Scandal." Also Mutt & Jeff car-
toon.

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AT THE WHITNEY

"Happy" Lou Whitney is appearing
in two great plays at the Whitney thi's
week. For the first half, the intense
comedy drama, "A Country Boy," will
be given. During the latter part of
the week, beginning Thursday, the of-.
fering will be the sensational melo-
drama, "What a Woman Will Do."
This play is brimful of excitement and
comedy and it is one of the latest plays
on the market. The popular Wednes-
day and Saturday matinees will con-
tinue this week.
AT THE ARCADE
Today the Arcade announces a new
star-Constance Talmadge in "Scand-
al." Miss Talmadge will be remember-
ed as leading lady for Douglas Fair-
banks and other noted actors. This,
however, is her first appearance as
a star. The product is by the Select
Pictures corporation. The role of
Beatrix Vanderdyke in this adaptation
of Cosmo Hamilton's serial novel fits
Constance Talmadge like a glove. She
has indeed found the royal road to suc-
cess in this vehicle, which affords her
talents a fine opportunity. As the

Prospective journalists should bex
thoroughly acquainted with the cus-
tomes and manners of the American
people, according to Nicholas MurrayI
Butler, president of Columbia uni-
versity. "People who expect to mold1
public opinion must know America,"<
says the president.l
There is a number of people work-
ing against the war work campaigns.
In the University of Wisconsin, ac-
cording to C. R. Fish of the history
department. Tht majority of the stu-
dents are loyal, however, in his opin-
ion.'
Instead of gymnasium work, Uni-
versity of Kansas women will knit
socks for soldiers.
STEAMER BENHAM SINKS'
IN DETROIT RIVER CRASH
Detroit, Nov. 6.-The steamer Jan-
F. Benham, down-bound with iron ore,
was -sunk in a collision last night with
the steamer Robert Fulton about 10
miles down the river from Detroit
The Fulton remained afloat and ap-
i arently was not badly damaged. Peter
Tumnulty, wheelsman on the Benham,
was killed and the mate, name' un-
1 ,WA,'was injured.
Tiel Benham was of steel construe-
tion, registering - 8,000 tons and 420
feet long.
Fire Damages Sigma PhiD House
Fire, started from burning papers
in a grating, caused $200 worth of
damage in a roof blaze at the Sigma
Phi fraternity, 426 North Ingalls
street, Sunday.

declaring that bakers throughout the
United States must be licensed as man-
ufacturers, is admitted by Food Ad-
ministrator Hoover to be an effort to
beat down the universally high cost
of bread.
Classification of bakers as manufact-
urers puts them under the law in re-
gard to licenses. The bakers' license
law will come into effect Nov. 1, ac-
cording to recent statement made by
Mr. Hoover.
As a result of a number of experi-
ments with a cheaper loaf of bread in
the laboratories of the food adminis-
tration, it was found more practical.
to continue with the present wheat
loaf. Mr. Hoover made public the an -
nouncement that as yet the United
States would not be forced to subsist
on war bread such as England and
France are eating, as the result of the
new law going into effect. With bread
under control the last basic foodstuff
will be in the hands of the food admin-
istration. This will place the adminis-
tration in position to start a general
price-lowering drive all along the line.

Interesti'ng Bits

Michigan Dames To Equip Rest Boom
At the meeting of Michigan Dames
Monday evening in Newberry hall it
was decided to furnish a women't rest
room at the Y. M. C. A. building, No.
605, Camp Custer. Miss Jenny Buell
lectured on food conservation and Mrs.:t
C. C. Peters gave a piano solo.

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Aircraft are soon to play a new part
in the war. They will carry mail to
the men in the trenches in France,
and to the allied soldiers in Algeria
and Morocco. A commission appointed
by the municipal postal authorities of
Lyons is studying routes and sail-
ing times.
The boys in the caimps need dish-
towels..
American authorities have secured
the co-operation of the French govern-
ment In the matter of providing enter-
tainment for our soldiers on leave.
They are planning trips to a number
of the chief show places of France.
Germany puts 14.3 soldiers in the
field for the cost of our putting in one
American.
Dr. Henry Van Dyke has suggested
that football principles be used in win-
ning the war.
The Metropolitan Opera House has
banished German opera for the period
of the war.
You may fill a stocking for the boys
who will celebrate Christmas abroad
or you may fill a 27 inch khaki hand-
erchief, or one of those cretonne bags
if you prefer. Packages must be in
New York by Nov. 15.
A private in the Alabama nationa
guard was sentenced to five years im-
prisonment for striking an officer.
Sixteen "liberty" theaters are being
built by the United States governmen
in the army cantonments.
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Plants Corsages
Ferns Deoorations
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Mat.-3 P. M.-10c, 20c
Eve.-7:30 and 9:00-20c, 25e
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THREE DAYS-STARTING
MONDAY NICE

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Sat. Mat.
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DETROIT ready now

5uperb Grand Opera Event
n Carlo Grand Opera Co.
z0o Artists 20 Famous Stars
mphony Orchestra Brilliant Chorus
Rae Theatre
TODAY - Wm. Fox Presents
"THE SILENT LIE." Also
Alice Howell in Balloonities."
AR CA D E
Wed-7-Constance Talmadge in "Scan.
dal," and Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
Thu->-Dorothy Phillips in "A Doll's
House," and Christie Comedy.
Fri-9-Hedda Nova and Mitchell Lewis
in "The Bar Sinister," and Christie
Comedy. . Parts. (Shows at 3:oo,
6:30, and 8:30.)
Sat-:o-William Duncan and Carol Hollo-
way in "Dead Shot Baker," and Corn
edy, "Ships 'and Slackers."

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W HITNEY
HAPPY LOU WHITNEY
Amd Assoclates
Mon., Tues., Wed.
THE COUNTRY BOY
The Great Rural Comedy Drama
EVENINGS 8:15 10-O-245c
MATINEES WED.-EAT loc

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A Play of Red, White, and Blue
Taken from an incident in the life of
Abraham Ljnenln which i historically
correct, having actually occurred just
five days before the fatal even of his
death~.
ELLIS NOWLIN & CO.
Merry Monarchs of the Sawdust Arena
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Versatile Nonsense Novelty Act
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DE LUXE TRIO
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THREE DAYS, STARTING
WITH EXTRA MATINEE
Thursday, Nov. 8th, 3 o'clock

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New York, Nov. 6.-License re-
strictions have been imposed on all
dealers of staple food commodities in
an effort by the food administration
to regulate the war-time supply and
eliminate profiteering abuses. Re-
tailers doing a business of less than
$100 annually are not included in the,
licensed class but will be required to
conform with the directions of the
food law.
The administration predicts an im-
mediate drop in the price of canned
goods,,as the dealers bought last year
at low prices and can afford to sell:
at less than the present market price.
The licensed. foods include beef,
pork, mutton, fish, poultry, eggs, milk,
butter, cheese, peas, fruits, vegetables,
lard, beans, flour, sugar, cereals, and
several lines of canned goods.
AMERICA TO ERECT MEMORIAL
OF FRANCE'S MAENE VICTORY

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Nite Shows 7:30 and 9.
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Prices: iS cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-continuous
NOVEMBER
Tue-Wgd-47-Alice Brady in "Betsy
Ross." Also Comedy.,.
Thur-Fri-8-9-Vivian Martin in "Sunset
Trail." Also "His Precious Life."=
Keystone Comedy.
Sat-io-Edna Goodrich in "A Daughter
of Maryland." Also Serial, "Neglect.
ed Wife," No. 10.
Sun-Mon- iz-2Eelyn Nesbit Thaw
and Son Russell 'in "Redemption."
Also Comedy. Eve. 25c.
Tues-Wed-13-x 4-Shirley Mason in "Cy
Whitaker Ward." Also "Do.Chil-
dren Count?"
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Prices: zoc unless otherwise specified~
Matinees 2. 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
SSaturdays-Sundays-Continuous
NOVEMBER
Wed-7-Bessie Barriscale in "Wooden
Shoes." Also Triangle Comedy. Re-
C booked.
Thur-8-Wm. Desmond in "Flying Col- :
C er." Also Triangle Comedy and
Weekly.
Fri-9-Margery Wilson in "Mountain
SDew." Also Triangle Comedy and
Weekly.
.Sat-ro-Emmy Lynn in "Forture of Sil-

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